Fort Lauderdale Police Involved Car Accident

///Fort Lauderdale Police Involved Car Accident

Fort Lauderdale Police Involved Car Accident

A car accident involving two Fort Lauderdale police officers occurred along Southeast 2nd Street and 3rd on Sunday morning.  In total, five people were transported from the scene due to the vehicle overturning.  The cause of the accident is still under investigation.  Both fire rescue crews and police crews responded to the Fort Lauderdale car accident.  According to reports, the condition of the officers and the passengers are not known at this time.

Car accidents in South Florida are not uncommon.  A Wall Street Journal report looked at car accidents around the United States and found that South Florida has the deadliest interstates.  For example, in 2015 there were at least 14 fatalities associated with car wrecks on I-95 in South Florida.

You can feel frustrated and helpless after an accident, big or small.  It can be more frustrating when you are in a car accident that you didn’t cause while simply driving on the road—commonly to and from work.  Thankfully, Tucker law is able to jump into action to help you resolve your property damage and help you get compensation for your car accident case.

If you have been involved in an accident in Broward County, Tucker Law is here to assist you.  Call our office immediately to schedule your free case evaluation.  Remember, Don’t Just Lawyer Up, Tucker Up®.  An accident attorney with the firm will review the details of your car accident and advise you of the best court of action to obtain compensation.  Reach out to Tucker Law today.

By | 2017-12-04T15:16:44+00:00 December 4th, 2017|Car Accident, Civil Litigation|0 Comments

About the Author:

Matthew Sean Tucker is an Attorney practicing with a particular focus on patents, trademarks and personal injury, including car accidents, slip & falls, and dog bites, and other acts of negligence. Matthew holds a B.S. in Electrical Engineering from the University of Central Florida. Furthermore, Matthew received his J.D. at the University Of Baltimore School Of Law with a dual concentration in intellectual property law and business law. He is also a member of the Florida Bar, and an inventor of several patent pending inventions.

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